By Pashwa Jhala Dear SAM family, The SAM 2023 team would like to say Thank You to Swashikshan for giving us the opportunity, and entrusting us with the responsibility to host this SAM. We are all grateful for this chance to have served the beautiful SAM legacy in some small way. We are grateful to […]
Registrations for SAM 2023 are now open! Please fill out and submit the registration form supplied below. We will send you a reply soon after, to acknowledge your registration and share payment details. https://forms.gle/UoU9QwYqTKuBJDXJ8 We hope to be able to confirm as many people as possible, subject to availability of rooms at the venue. Please
Swashikshan Annual Meet is happy to announce its next gathering amidst the beautiful and serene surroundings of the ‘Shoonya Farm Retreat’ in Belagavi (Belgaum), Karnataka from 22nd to 25th January, 2023. We are looking forward to hosting families and individuals who are practicing or genuinely interested in exploring Homeschooling or Unschooling, to come together, connect,
It is time for the 7th Swashikshan Annual Meetup – the annual meetup of Indian Homeschoolers. The first two conferences were held at Khandala in Maharashtra, the 3rd conference was at Aavishkaar campus at Palampur (Himachal Pradesh), the 4th at Visthar campus, Bangalore, the 5th in Indore and the 6th in scenic Goa! Hyderabad/Secunderabad has
Childline, an NGO in Kerala, complained to the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) that a certain family was not sending their child to school. The complain was made in October 2015. The family was summoned to the CWC, which asked them to file an affidavit. After lengthy discussions and help from advocates, here is their reply.
Learning and Farming plays a very critical role in life of individual as well as society says Claude Alvares. He claims that though they seem separate, but, in reality, they are deeply interconnected. He laments the fact that the way multinational corporations, for their vested interest, are destroying native agricultural practices. He also grieves over
We too had to decide what we will take of school and what we could leave behind for good or …
Suddenly there was no need to get up early and rush for school and that meant no need to forcefully get into bed early too. Suddenly an unknown fear began gripping at me. What are my children’s interests that I can fan?
In the last year, we have had numerous queries from parents of children with special needs about homeschooling. Many are fed up and frustrated with the existing set up of a mainstream school, where they have to constantly fight to fit in and be included. Some are also unhappy with special schools as they feel